Anger Management Support Group

Anger management commonly refers to therapeutic techniques by which someone with excessive or uncontrollable anger can control or reduce their emotions. Typical examples include the use of deep breathing and meditation as a means to relaxation. Psychologists recommend a balanced approach, which both controls the emotion and allows it to express itself in a healthy way.

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  • WvyNoodle

    Tips To Control Anger

    I think that when people get angry, they tend to hold it inside whether until it healthily resolves itself or it builds up and explodes. I find myself not being able to resist holding it in. Even if it is the smallest feeling of anger. Depending on the topic, the anger will make me cry, curse, and have other irratic reactions. Even when I try to stop and breathe and think about the situation - I...
  • I have been feeling angry a lot lately. My fuse is so short, and it feels like once it's lit, I am not afraid to let loose. Before having a child, I would get angry, but not like this. Not at all. For example, when i'd get upset, I would quietly swear under my breath .. now when i'm angry I combine and yell the most obscene words and ideas together, meanwhile stomping around and slamming any...
  • empx

    Nicotine Withdrawl:

    I currently live temporarily in a horrible tiny little town at the arse end of know where (Colwyn Bay). The local chimpanzee's try to provoke daily in a variety of different ways.Coming off the vapour e-cigs and at the same time having these disgracefully false people try and provoke me too.Full of rage. The best I can do is turn the other way from these people. Don't even look at them. As the...
  • lostsoul72


    Make me estreamly angry! I do everything to avoid TV and the news as I cant stand the stupidity that runs rampent in this country and that pisses me off to no end. I dont understand how anyone could vote for Killary. She another loser like Obama and just going to run this country into the ground. Im not saying Trump is any savior, but he is not a liar, a cheat, a murderer, and a thief. He is also...
  • ntempero


    Tired of reverting to anger when talking to my loved one. tired of feeling like i need to defend myself against a conversation. im pounding my head against the wall and everything i try does not stick!
  • mega54

    Is it Anger?

    It is time for me to try something different. I feel so stuck. If my depression is anger turned against myself, I am sick of it. Has anybody struggled with this type of ange/depression? Better still, how do you deal with it?
  • uniquorn

    My life makes me angry

    I get so angry with my life. I feel trapped in isolation as if i deserve to be imprisoned. I hate it yet i do nothing to change it. I don't even know where to start. I don't feel like i can trust anyone to let them close to me, yet i'm lonely. I don't have family or friends really, though i get along with peolple at work and stuff like that. I just can't seem to put myself out there yet i'm...
  • My friend and I have been best friend since we're 6. Now we're almost 20. During all those years everything went well. Of course we had some argument sometimes but it ws okay. Until lately. My friend, i think she changed. When we were 16 she changed school and we didn't see each other as much as before. And she made new friends, and i am happy for her about that. But i really think she changed....
  • I have had to deal with lawyers a lot in last few years and I hate them. I always get the spineless ones that make plea deals with losers that should get nothing and it always costs me more money. The legal system is so damned corrupted it isnt even funny. I have just about had enough of this worthless life and you can all have it.
  • Something that has really been getting on my nerves lately about the place I moved to - the constant complaining. (See, here I am, complaining about it!) But it seems like this area of the country, moreso than any other I have been to, is really full of people who would have maybe two words to say all day if they weren't complaining.So I was thinking about why people complain moreso here than...
  • heyvee

    She was married

    I would like to start off by first giving you guys a background of what I have been dealing with mentally, before I begin this story.Currently I am on Prozac (NOT going well, the side effects are driving me nuts). I have been diagnosed with pretty severe depression, and have also have been told that I have symptoms of borderline personality disorder/OCD/perhaps cyclothymia. Two years ago I got...
  • Look if you don't like guns and I really do not care what your reason is, but it is my second amendment right and leave it the hell alone. I am so furious right now with all these anti-gun remarks from people. The man that shot up the night club was a Islamic terrorist once again and that makes what the third or forth shooting now in a row? It is their religious conquest to kill anyone against...
  • sixtyplus


    To gossip is to tell someone who does not need to know, something personal about another person.It really makes me angry; especially when I am the victim.
  • They say that some of the things that make us angriest about other people are things that we are guilty of ourselves, without realizing it. Certainly, this isn't always the case, but sometimes it is; I have come to realize that about myself anyway. For instance, I have always had a real problem with lazy people who seem to expect the rest of the world to take care of them. But lately I have...
  • Why is it so hard to not be angry? It's like I am addicted to a drug or something. My mind greedily seeks out things to be angry about and latches onto them. Things that don't even affect me personally, or things in the past or imagined catastrophic future. Always making a mountain out of a molehill, anger for the sake of anger, feeding on itself. I can go all day perfectly calm but at...